Waring MBB518 Food & Beverage Blender, Stainless Steel
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- 40-ounce glass jar holds 5 cups of mixed drinks, soup, or sauce
- Powerful 390-watt motor crushes ice fast
- High and low speeds cover mixing, chopping, and pureeing
- Dishwasher-safe glass jar and lid for easy cleaning
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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UPDATE ON APRIL 1, 2006: The Waring has worked flawlessly in daily use for over four months now. I would give it 4 stars now instead of 3 (but Amazon won't let me change the rating).Read more ›
My first blender was an Osterizer in the early seventies when I was in college. It was a good machine for drink blending, but was frustrating for foods. If you look closely at the Oster container, the blades sit in an area recessed from the main container. No problem for liquids, but semisolid things such as peanut butter will jam down in there. I found that I constantly had to use a spatula to help dressings, dips, etc. blend.
When the Kitchen Aid blender was first introduced, I bought one. It was a real disappointment from the start. No matter how much I ran items, they never got uniformly smooth! I can remember running canned tomatoes, for instance, for several minutes and still they did not puree evenly. I kept it for about 6 months and gave it to one of my employees.
Roughly 10 years ago I bought my first Waring, a one-speed bar blender. Finally I had a blender that did all I wanted! I think that the trademark cloverleaf Waring design is more than hype. It truly does pull food and heavy mixtures into the blades better than competing designs. If you look at the heavy Waring glass container with its nonremovable blades, you'll see that the bottom of the container is flat and the blades stand up above the bottom. I think this is why it works so well. Incidentally, I've found no problem whatsoever in not being able to take the blades out. Because of the design, a drop of d/w liquid and hot water cleans out the bottom in a second or two. However, the limitation with this machine for kitchen use was its lack of a low speed.Read more ›
Certainly there are more powerful blenders. Vita-Mix and Waring's Mega Pro are two such examples. Nevertheless, one would be hard pressed to justify the added expense of either machines for the average home. Kitchen Aid puts out a slightly more powerful blender (500 watts). But I have used both and for my money, Waring produces more consistent results for a wide variety of blending applications.
The cloverleaf glass jar is sturdy and easy to clean. I had some reservations about buying glass with a stainless steel version available but to my surprise, I actually prefer it. It is often necessary to have the contents visable(not possible with the steel jar) while blending to ensure a consistently smooth texture or to prevent overblending.
I recommend this product highly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We have had this blender over 4 years and it is still going strong. Took off a star for lack of power. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Desert Rat
Awesome. I have been using it daily for about 2 weeks now and am very pleased.Published 6 days ago by jpeter61
I have had this blender just over a year . I have recently been making smoothies daily for about two weeks and this blender apparently couldn't handle being used daily for two... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Jessica
Seems like the only option for an all glass blender. The lid however is made from vinyl and styrene material. Bummer :(Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This blender met my expectations. It has a powerful motor that enables it to grind easily, although I haven't tried crushing ice yet I am sure it will do the job. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lorraine Johnson